While US President Joe Biden replaced an executive order from his predecessor Donald Trump banning TikTok and WeChat, new rules could result in tougher scrutiny of more Chinese apps. Photo: Reuters While US President Joe Biden replaced an executive order from his predecessor Donald Trump banning TikTok and WeChat, new rules could result in tougher scrutiny of more Chinese apps. Photo: Reuters
While US President Joe Biden replaced an executive order from his predecessor Donald Trump banning TikTok and WeChat, new rules could result in tougher scrutiny of more Chinese apps. Photo: Reuters
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Chinese apps like TikTok and WeChat could still face bans or subpoenas over data practices in US

  • US President Joe Biden’s executive order replacing the TikTok and WeChat bans could force more Chinese apps to better protect personal data
  • The US commerce secretary will decide which apps meeting specific criteria, such as having links to the military of a foreign adversary, will be targeted

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While US President Joe Biden replaced an executive order from his predecessor Donald Trump banning TikTok and WeChat, new rules could result in tougher scrutiny of more Chinese apps. Photo: Reuters While US President Joe Biden replaced an executive order from his predecessor Donald Trump banning TikTok and WeChat, new rules could result in tougher scrutiny of more Chinese apps. Photo: Reuters
While US President Joe Biden replaced an executive order from his predecessor Donald Trump banning TikTok and WeChat, new rules could result in tougher scrutiny of more Chinese apps. Photo: Reuters
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